Graves High forensics team hosts, competes in Calloway County-Graves County 2019 Swing Invitational Tournament

Graves County High School recently was the site of the 2019 Calloway/Graves County Swing Invitational Forensics Tournament. Murray High School won and Paducah Tilghman was runner-up on both sides of the tournament. Marshall County placed third on the Graves County side. Graves County placed third on the Calloway County side. Between the two sides of the tournaments, eight teams competed, all according to Graves High coach Aaron West. Graves County competitors pictured here and their finishes include, from left, sophomore Nick Lashbrook, sixth place, dramatic interpretation and fifth place, humorous interpretation; freshman EricLee Turner, third place, improvisational duo; junior Zacharie Lamb, second place, extemporaneous speaking, as well as first place, impromptu speaking, and thirrd place, improvisational duo; sophomore Aidan Walker, first place, declamation, and sixth place, humorous interpretation; sophomore Alexa Pritchard, fifth place, duo interpretation; junior Michael Black, fifth place, duo interpretation, as well as second place, impromptu speaking, and fourth place, poetry; senior John Charles Roberts, fourth place, improvisational duo; and freshman Landon Ray, fourth place, improvisational duo. Not pictured are juniors Olivia Gregory and Carrie Cavitt. Cavitt finished in fifth place, broadcast announcing, and fourth place, storytelling.

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